Harkerville Saturday Market

Farm Stalls & Markets in or near Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route in the Garden Route, South Africa.

Things To Do in Plettenberg BayHarkerville Saturday Market

Farm Stalls & Markets

Where? On the N2, between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

When? Saturday mornings from 08h00 to 12h00.

How? Call + 27 (0)44 533-9094

How much? Free to browse

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Plettenberg Bay, in Garden Route

On the N2, between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay, the Harkerville Market has been going for 10 years now and is a market with a difference; not a flea market, not a craft market, not completely a farmers market but perhaps a bit of the best of all three.

A wonderful way to spend a Saturday morning whether browsing for books and flowers or perhaps purchasing a bag full of delicious locally produced cheeses, fresh mushrooms, delicious pies, organic veges and homemade bread.

Breakfast is also served under the trees so arrange to meet friends and family under the oaks for a Saturday morning catch up! There is ample parking available. The market is on from 8am until midday, every Saturday.

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